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Calling it a matter of the public’s right know, North Carolina newspaper publishers are pushing back against a bill that would let governments and attorneys stop publishing public and legal notices … more
A Times editorial Some North Carolina lawmakers want local governments to compete with newspapers and sell legal advertising, making important information more difficult to find. Sen. Trudy … more
Contrary to Senator Wade's claims in her recent press release, her bill to change the legal advertising law is not supported by the NCPA. more
Last February, NCPAFCU announced the much-anticipated launch of mobile payments for NCPAFCU debit and credit cardholders. Since that time,many of you have enjoyed the simplicity of ApplePay™, … more
Reservations and ads for the 2016 contest award tabs are due Jan. 31.  The tabs - one of the more popular Winter Institute take-aways - will be distributed following the March 9, 2017 … more
The Greensboro News & Record will be moving its press operations to Winston-Salem later this year. The move comes as BH Media Group, the newspapers' parent company, seeks to consolidate … more
It's that time again already. The General Assembly opened  its biennial "long session" on January 11. A few, new lieutenants in the leadership ranks remind us that some of the old guard … more
Twenty-sixteen was the year The Washington Post came of age — again. In its audience growth, in the ambitiousness of its journalism, in its impact on the American conversation, the Post became … more
n the wake of the 2016 election, everyone from President Obama to Pope Francis has raised concerns about fake news and the potential impact on both political life and innocent individuals. Some fake news has been widely shared, and so-called “pizzagate” stories led a North Carolina man to bring a gun into a popular Washington, D.C. pizza restaurant under the impression that it was hiding a child prostitution ring. According to a new survey by Pew Research Center, more
Rick Thomason, publisher of The Robesonian, Lumberton, is now publisher of the Kingsport Times-News in Tennessee, which is owned by Sandusky Newspaper Group. Thomason will also serve as senior vice president of content for Sandusky's eastern Tennessee newspapers, including the Johnson City Press and three weeklies. more
J.D. Walker, best known as the editor of Thrive magazine, has retired from Asheboro's Courier-Tribune following nearly nearly two decades there. more
Unless you're a regular lunch time listener of WUNC, the public radio station in Chapel Hill, you may have missed the recent edition of "The State of Things" highlighting Yes! Weekly's series, Out in the South. The series deals with Southern LGBTQ voices and experiences across several generations and has received wide acclaim. more
WUNC radio, the public radio station based in Chapel Hill, recently highlighted a series produced by Yes!Weekly on it's mid-day program, "The State of Things." The series, "Out In The South," … more
The Dispatch, Lexington, announced the hiring of its new editor, three months after the departure of longtime Executive Editor Chad Killebrew. Scott Jenkins, recently the news editor at The Salisbury Post, has taken over the newsroom’s leadership role. more
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